NEW CUSTOM HOME built in the Arts and Craft tradition. The house and decor echoes with a craftsmanship wood interior, best quality and tasteful design which has withstood the test of time.
From the Main entry, there is a window seat nook allowing a view of the woods or place to read a good book. In the vaulted living room, a cheery fireplace lights the comfortable decor which connects to the wood-floored dining room. The wooden cabinetry and leaded doors tell of an era dedicated to tasteful wood trim and skilled detail. The flow through kitchen has counter tops selected to resemble the speckled granite so common in Yosemite. A fully equipped kitchen, laundry facilities and other amenities allowing dining on the adjoining deck or inside in the distinctive window alcove. Downstairs, is the family room with a futon and another fireplace. There is a TV/DVD, for movie view, (sorry no Satellite). Two bedrooms with a queen bed in the first bedroom, and a full & twin size beds in the second bedroom. Each bedroom has a three window alcove and a rounded window seat; perfect for viewing the resplendent outdoors. The family room is ready for jigsaw puzzlers or games by the fire and includes a mini-bar for that late night snack of s’mores. Fabrics in the house interweave the Indian, Asian and Arts and Crafts themes popular in Yosemite during that era.
There are two and 1/2 bathrooms, one on each floor, tiled with an Indian theme and arts and craft wood shelving. Upstairs is the romantic master bedroom hideaway with its vintage Morris chair and warm glow of art glass lanterns. The Master bedroom has a king size bed, its own nook for reading, as well as its own deck, to catch a vista view of the sunset peeking through the sugar pines and spruce trees. With its refined, clean lines, this house is a place to treasure Yosemite. Built to the “craftsman” look of a time past, this cabin reflects an era when we had time to think, walk in the woods or be with the people that we care about. Turn off the telephone, leave the computer in its bag and enjoy a simpler world at Ahwahnichi Lodge.
There are 3 parking spots over summer months, and 2 over winter months.